Exercise And Sickness (6 of 6): Working Out With Digestive & Respiratory Problems

Hello! On this post, you are going to learn how to exercise when you have some type of respiratory or digestive problem. I didn't decide to write about digestive and respiratory problems in the same post because they require the same attention when exercising. They don't. But since you have read my previous posts of … Continue reading Exercise And Sickness (6 of 6): Working Out With Digestive & Respiratory Problems

Exercise And Sickness (5 of 6): Working Out With Heart Problems

What The Heck! Ok, so you know that you have some type of heart or cardiovascular problems. It may be Coronary Heart Disease (narrowing of the arteries), heart arrhythmia, heart valve disease, congenital heart disease, vascular disease (blood vessel disease), etc. Or maybe it is some type of health condition related to a heart problem, … Continue reading Exercise And Sickness (5 of 6): Working Out With Heart Problems

Exercise And Sickness (4 of 6): How To Exercise With A Low Thyroid

Don't Let your thyroid slow your metabolism down! Let's say your thyroid is making you feel constantly tired, brain fogged, and depressed. Your body is constantly cold, your skin is dry, your muscles hurt, as well as your joints. On top of all of that, your hair is falling out as you've never experienced before, … Continue reading Exercise And Sickness (4 of 6): How To Exercise With A Low Thyroid

Exercise And Sickness (2 of 6): Working Out Under Chronic Stress

When it comes to exercise routines, we need to take into consideration our current health condition and stress level. Have you been exercising regularly and eating right without seeing results? Is your life is in chaos causing you a lot of stress? Well, then you need to read this post! First, Let's talk about stress … Continue reading Exercise And Sickness (2 of 6): Working Out Under Chronic Stress